Quiet - (Webster's 1828 Dictionary)
QUI'ET, a. [L. quietus.]
1. Still; being in a state of rest; now moving. Judg 16.
2. Still; free from alarm or disturbance; unmolested; as a quiet life.
In his days the land was quiet ten years. 2 Chr 14.
3. Peaceable; not turbulent; not giving offense; not exciting controversy, disorder or trouble; mild; meek; contented.
The ornament of a meek and quiet spirit. 1 Pet 3.
1 Th 4.
4. Calm; not agitated by wind; as a quiet sea or atmosphere.
5. Smooth; unruffled.
6. Undisturbed; unmolested; as the quiet possession or enjoyment of an estate.
7. Not crying; not restless; as a quiet child.
QUI'ET, n. [L. quies.]
1. Rest; repose; stillness; the state of a thing not in motion.
2. Tranquility; freedom from disturbance or alarm; civil or political repose. Our country enjoys quiet.
3. Peace; security. Judg 18.
1. To stop motion; to still; to reduce to a state of rest; as, to quiet corporeal motion.
2. To calm; to appease; to pacify; to lull; to tranquilize; as, to quiet the soul when agitated; to quiet the passions; to quiet the clamors of a nation; to quiet the disorders of a city or town.
3. To allay; to suppress; as, to quiet pain or grief.